2019 Packers Roster Breakdown
Brian Gutekunst will have tough calls ahead of him at the end of training camp, and we predict how those will break down if no injuries strike.
APC as a whole can’t quite bring ourselves to predict a change at kicker this summer.
Can Sam Ficken finally find a way to unseat an incumbent kicker after unsuccessful attempts in each of the past three years?
Jaire Alexander possesses star potential, but the Packers are counting on the progress of the talented Kevin King and Josh Jackson to make this defense hum.
Jaire Alexander showed star potential last season, but he can’t cover everyone by himself. He’ll need help from Green Bay’s other young corners, whether it’s staying healthy or making a jump, to solidify the position.
Savage and Amos anchor the back end as three players stick as backups.
Amos and Savage could make safety a plus position for the first time in years.
Despite recording double-digit sacks in 2018, Kyler Fackrell should see less work as the result of the Packers’ offseason additions at his position group.
No position group on the Packers experienced a larger makeover than the outside linebackers, which saw the departure of longtime pass rusher Clay Matthews and the arrival of two high-priced free agents and a first-round draft choice.
The veteran should help ease in a fellow starting middle linebacker this season.
The development of Oren Burks, in particular, figures to factor heavily into the play of the middle of the defense.
With lots of young talent coming to training camp, APC predicts a large group of D-linemen sticking around for week one.
Though Mike Daniels remains on the team for at least one more year, Clark has surpassed him as the star lineman and the anchor up front.
One of Green Bay’s marquee offseason acquisitions should be able to fill a variety of roles on the offensive line.
Additions in the offseason should set up the Packers much better to adjust to any potential issues up front.
With too many needs elsewhere, APC projects the Packers to go without a fullback in the fall.
The Packers appear to have a solid group of running backs entering 2019, and Matt LaFleur’s arrival should ensure them a significant workload.
Jimmy Graham should see most of the work among the Packers tight ends in 2019.
Though the Packers plan to emphasis tight ends in their new offense, most of the same faces from last season return in 2019.
There’s no breakout preseason star waiting in the wings at receiver this year for the Packers. We know the guys fighting for spots. The only question is how many Green Bay will eventually keep.
How many receivers will Matt LaFleur need in his offense? Who slides into what roles? No spot on the Packers roster is more up for grabs than this one.
Can the Packers afford to keep three QBs again this year? APC’s writers say no.
Who will back up Aaron Rodgers this fall? We break down the potential candidates.
A few UDFAs drastically outperformed expectations a year ago while the team’s top pick from 2018 broke into this year’s top ten.
The Packers’ top pick in April’s draft didn’t rank highest in APC’s roster ranking among all rookies.
Could it really be anyone else?
Acme Packing Company continues its countdown of the Packers’ 90-man roster with player No. 3.
At just 23 years old, Clark is already a top-five player and is poised to make his first Pro Bowl.
The center hasn’t missed a snap since 2016 and is one of the league’s most underrated offensive linemen.
Acme Packing Company continues its countdown of the Packers’ 90-man roster with players 7-6.
The Packers’ middle linebacker has been a stable cog at the center of the defense, and his consistency should help the defense’s newest pieces.
A former undrafted free agent and a potential falling defensive star rank just outside the top ten.
Rashan Gary and Darnell Savage appear in this round of rankings, but in which order:
The continued improvement of Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Equanimeous St. Brown is among the most important factors in the Packers’ offense in 2019.